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Covid-19 - a hand held UV-C lamp for sanitisation of workplaces

Resumen

Tipo:
Oferta Tecnológica
Referencia:
TOUK20210212001
Publicado:
17/02/2021
Caducidad:
18/02/2022
Resumen:
A UK company offers a hand held UV-C lamp that kills 99% of Covid virus particles in 1.33 seconds. It also provides the PPE (personal protective equipment) and safety kit and training around safety and efficacy. Commercial agreements with technical assistance are sought with businesses and organisations with a duty for regular disinfection, in sectors such as food industry, travel, leisure, education, retail and healthcare.

Details

Tittle:
Covid-19 - a hand held UV-C lamp for sanitisation of workplaces
Summary:
A UK company offers a hand held UV-C lamp that kills 99% of Covid virus particles in 1.33 seconds. It also provides the PPE (personal protective equipment) and safety kit and training around safety and efficacy. Commercial agreements with technical assistance are sought with businesses and organisations with a duty for regular disinfection, in sectors such as food industry, travel, leisure, education, retail and healthcare.
Description:
A UK company is introducing in Europe a new hand held UV-C lamp.
Disinfection with ultra-violet irradiation like UV-C has been known for decades. So far, it has entailed permanent fixtures in healthcare establishments, food production facilities and elsewhere. It is preferable over chemical and mist producing solutions in that it leaves no chemicals. Also, the irradiation destroys the genetic info inside the particles and the damage is irreversible.
It has been difficult to produce a mobile device as they have struggled with the power/weight ratio. The new product has the balance right. It is portable enough (see the Picture) and produces a sufficient output at 254 nm. It has been validated by a University in the USA. The lamp kills 99% of Covid viruses underneath it in 1.33 seconds. The speed of sanitisation is similar to wiping the surfaces.
Early adopters are in the food industry but others are showing keen interest such as airlines and the travel industry, and also schools.
The UK company seeks businesses and organisations for commercial agreements with technical assistance. The sectors include everywhere where work areas need to be disinfected on a regular basis. On top of the above industries the list will include leisure and sports facilities, retail, healthcare establishment and so on. The UK company will provide the training around safety and efficacy and provide the PPE and safety kit.
Advantages and Innovations:
The product is the first UV-C lamp with a suitable power/weight ratio for regular portable sanitisation of workplaces and work surfaces.
The usage has been appraised by customers as being longer-lasting and chemicals-free compared to existing solutions.
Stage of Development:
Already on the market
IPs:
Patent(s) applied for but not yet granted

Partner sought

Type and Role of Partner Sought:
Type of partner sought: industry and government.
Specific area of partner sought: businesses and organisations in travel, food, leisure, education and health sectors with requirements for regular disinfection of common spaces.
Role of partner sought: to acquire the new product. The UK company will provide the training for efficacy and safety, and the PPE and safety kit.

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 11-49
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English

Keywords

Technology Keywords:
10001006 Protección contra intoxicaciones
06001018 Virus, virología / antibióticos / bacteriología